María Sac-Nicté Castilla Craviotto

María Sac-Nicté Castilla Craviotto


Attorney at Law graduated from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).

She has over 20 years of experience on international trade and customs, advising national and multinational companies in such disciplines. Her practice focuses in trade remedies, participating in several proceedings as a private consultant and as part of the Mexican Investigating Authority, as well as in dispute settlement mechanisms such as North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Chapter XIX and World Trade Organization (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body. She was appointed by he Goverment of Mexico as part of the list of panelists for Chapter 10 (Trade Remedies).

She is a member of the International Chamber of Commerce and the Mexican Corporate Counsel Association (ANADE). Since 2017, she is part of the National Board of ANADE, she was Vice Coordinator of the Foreign Trade Committee and is currently the representative on the Corporate Governance Committee of the CCE and the Committee on Regional, Border and Port Development of COPARMEX.

She co-authored the Foreign Chapter of the “ANADE Manual of Legal Obligations and Practical Advice for Companies”, published by Tirant lo Blanch and of the National Study on Electronic Commerce in Mexico published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development and CUTS International Geneva in 2020, as well as several academic articles.

She was recognized by the publication “Foro Jurídico” as one of the Influential Women Lawyers in Mexico.

She has taught several subjects related to International Law and Foreign Trade at the Faculty of Law at the UNAM, and at this moment, at the Universidad Panamericana.